Calvin Harris : Slide feat. Frank Ocean & Migos

WARNING : Explicit content and never ever try this (lyrics) at home. Calvin Harris unleashed his collab with Frank Ocean and Migos last weekend and it’s Phresh As F. Forget about the explicit lyrics, this breezy track is dope with its refreshing boogie-oogie-woogie vibe with a dash of 90’s throwback R&B mixed in. Calvin Harris‘ knack of blending all things…

Miguel : Waves (Tame Impala Remix)

Tame Impala are still riding high from their stellar ARIA album of the year Currents. Fresh off of their win at the Brit Awards, Grammy nomination and Rihanna‘s critically acclaimed cover of their track New Person, Same ol Mistakes – the Aussie band now find themselves being enlisted to do the unthinkable, make one of Miguel‘s tracks…

DJ BottleRockets : Jolene (Remix)

Oh hey there DJ Bottle Rockets! We’re liking your tunes at the Life Under A Lucky Star HQ office today. Especially this remix of Dolly Parton‘s classic Jolene. Check out the Adelaide DJ’s eclectic mix of tunes ranging from Hip Hop, Rock, Funk, Soul, Pop, Reggae, Indie, Retro, Booty Beats and Electro.

Mark Ronson : Feel Right featuring Mystikal

Another funk-inspired track has been unleashed from Mark Ronson‘s upcoming album Uptown Special. This time around Ronson has teamed up with New Orleans rapper, Mystikal (whom we’ve loved since his single Shake It Fast). From it’s body moving rhythm, to Mystikal‘s signature delivery of electrifying bars – it’s clear that the producer extraodinare is taking us back to the…

Mark Ronson : Uptown Funk featuring Bruno Mars

The man behind the infectious re-make of Amy Winehouse‘s Valerie is back to give us all one of the most joyous songs to come out this year. English musician, Mark Ronson has unleashed Uptown Funk featuring the uber talented Bruno Mars ahead of his upcoming fourth studio album. The lead single is a bass-heavy throwback jam which…

Maroon 5 : Maps

Maroon 5 is back with “Maps”  the lead single for their upcoming album “V” due out in September. Written by Adam Levine, Ryan Tedder and Benny Blanco the track didn’t hit me on first listen like the bands past hits like “Payphone” and “Moves Like Jagger” but after a few replays I found myself tapping my feet to…